Seeds - Fallin' Off The Edge

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Sealed 1977 Compilation. “The Title Track To This Collection Of Rarities And Alternate Takes, "Fallin' Off The Edge (Of My Mind)," Is, Improbably Enough, A Psychedelic Hoe-Down. Literally. Sure, The Lyrics Are Suitably Mind-Bending, But Jan Savage's Guitar Playing Is Pure Country. It Works In Spite Of Itself, But Is Hardly Representative Of The Rest Of The Material (It's The Only Song Co-Written By Kim Fowley). It Also Proves That, Contrary To Popular Belief, The Seeds Did Have Other Musical Interests Beyond Psych, Garage, And Blues. "Daisy Mae," The B-Side To "Can't Seem To Make You Mine," Is Another Oddity. In It, Sky Saxon (B. Richard Marsh) Wraps His Wavery, Sandpaper-Edged Tenor Around An R&B Number That Sounds Like A Cross Between Buddy Holly And Little Richard. The Other Numbers Adhere To A More Traditional Psych Standard. They Include Alternate Versions Of "Wind Blows Your Hair" (Plus A Reprise), "Nobody Spoil My Fun," And "Pushin' Too Hard," Their Signature Hit. Although There's No Topping Their First Two Releases, Seeds And Web Of Sound, Fans Are Sure To Find Fallin' Off The Edge Of Interest.” - Kathleen C. Fennessy, All Music Guide

Artist: Seeds Title: Fallin' Off The Edge Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: GNP Crescendo Catalog ID: GNPS 2109 Country: USA Our ID: 78906
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